Family, class and income inequality: Which class scheme is best at explaining similarities in long-run sibling income?

Martin D. Munk, Stefan Bastholm Andrade

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Family, class and income inequality : Which class scheme is best at explaining similarities in long-run sibling income? / Munk, Martin D.; Andrade, Stefan Bastholm.

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Research output: Working paperResearchpeer-review

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